Coronavirus: Find the latest resources on COVID-19.

Summer Council Meeting Reviews Federal Progress on COVID Response Among People Experiencing Homelessness

This year’s summer Council meeting took place on June 16. 

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USICH and the Federal Response to Homelessness and COVID-19

USICH has worked with federal partners, direct emergency service providers, local governments, public health systems, health care facilities, and the broader homelessness services system to help reduce the... Continue Reading →

Spring Council Meeting Reviews Early COVID-19 Response and Establishes Charter 

This year, USICH’s Spring Council meeting took place on March 25 via conference call as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Treasury, IRS Launch New Tool to Help Non-filers Register for Economic Impact Payments

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for those who don’t normally... Continue Reading →

Shared Housing – An Effective, Rapid, and Solution-Based Housing Option

Scaling shared housing could allow us to expand our crisis response with additional rapid and solution-based housing options.

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Planning and Preparing for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Here are a few key recommendations and resources to support your efforts to prepare for potential COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreaks.

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Upcoming Webinar: Infectious Disease Preparedness

Don't miss this webinar on “Infectious Disease Preparedness for Homeless Assistance Providers and Their Partners.”

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Resource Round-Up: Trauma-Informed Care

Over the years, federal partners have developed many resources that support broad understanding and implementation of trauma-informed approaches.

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Together for Equity: Community Collaborations to End Homelessness Must Center Equity

We should be exploring opportunities to develop shared equity goals across the systems that protect and enrich our communities—education, housing, employment, and health care—so that... Continue Reading →